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OAK BROOK, IL—Inland Real Estate Acquisitions, Inc. has just acquired Commerce Center, a shopping center in suburban Downers Grove for roughly $9.9 million. It’s just the latest major retail purchase that the company, part of the Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc., has made in the Chicago metro area. In March, the company acquired two Mariano’s Fresh Market stores located in Palatine and Vernon Hills for a combined purchase price of about $46.3 million.  

Their latest acquisition center sits at Butterfield Rd. and South Highland Ave., along the major retail corridor that extends east on Butterfield to Oakbrook Center in Oak Brook. Commerce Center has 104,196-square-feet and occupied by Toys “R” Us and Best Buy.

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